For our younger artists, we excite the imagination, channel creative energy, and build social-emotional skills through dramatic play. With story at the center of our work, we embrace song, movement, visual art with the goal of providing a warm and nurturing environment for your child’s formal artistic experience.
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Education in the Community
Through a theatre experience collaboration between the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s (UMB) Community Engagement Center (CEC) and Everyman Theatre, West Baltimore children used their imagination to travel the world this summer.
The free Global Tales experience, the first partnership between the CEC and Everyman, taught 20 children about a country and its culture each day through drama, design, dance, and music. The goals of the program include helping children to gain confidence in themselves as performers and people; to be exposed to the theatre arts and expand their creative thinking; to sharpen their skills in ensemble-building, coordination and body awareness, vocalization, and imagination; and to learn to work with others in a productive, positive manner.
Does Everyman offer financial assistance or scholarships?
Need-Based Scholarship Support
We encourage you to apply for a need-based scholarship by completing this FORM. Our need-based Creative Journey scholarship awards range to cover a portion of the tuition. While funding is limited, we work hard to accept as many students as possible throughout the year. Scholarship Applications can be submitted on a rolling basis.
Once I purchase a class, what is my next step?
Once a class is purchased, Everyman Theatre’s Education Team will reach out with a Welcome email and Registration form at least one-week before the class starts. Please complete the registration form within three business days.
I am unable to take a program I purchased, what is Everyman’s education programs refund policy?
All class sales are final sale: This means there will be no refunds. No exceptions, unless one of the following applies:
Withdrawal from a class: While we know that plans shift, we strive to provide exceptional service and programming for all students. This includes attendance for ensemble building. If you must withdraw, you will receive a credit that can be used towards any class in our current season. Class credits expire on June 30th, of any given season or school year. Be sure to use them before this date.
Youth Summer Experiences: You are entitled to a partial refund of 50% of the class tuition if you withdraw at least one (1) month prior to the summer session’s start date and 25% of class tuition if you withdraw two (2) weeks prior to your summer session start date. Any time after these dates will receive no refund.
Scholarship Recipients: Should you miss more than 3-class offering during any program offering your scholarship is awarded for, you will be removed from programming with no refund or class credit.
Have teens that might like to get involved?
We have programming for them, too!